17 Burst results for "Eight Nine Hours"

"eight nine hours" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"eight nine hours" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Just close out the week inspecting week with the impeachment trial they will the Republicans will go on tomorrow morning this afternoon and tonight the Democrats to finish things up I guess it'll be Adam shift again finishing it up Nadler probably will be a large part of the fees as part of any bit of a boy can you imagine the conversations between those two with the explosive the metal being that apparently they don't like each other so of those the kinds of things you you know behind the scenes there be books written about this century in the future I needed to send trying to figure a way to past time fidget spinners and books crossword puzzles yeah they're all trying to do something to figure it out and well we're going to get up in the higher use the restroom pacing back and forth well it's not every week I mean you're sitting there for for eight nine hours doing nothing what I mean Karen Karen Travers ABC news the White House correspondent put it the right way I mean imagine being in the worst business meeting you've ever been in which last eight to twelve hours and you can get up to do anything and you can't reach for your phone and you can have a couple call no phone yeah milk milk or water for what it what is that was put in in nineteen sixty six and I had a double why the right there was somebody who said that they you need something more substantive and the final for the med melt I don't know can you get I wonder if you could get somebody that I was asking you get a chocolate milk or is it only like I would get one of the pages that you know vodka is the same colors water generally yeah I made this they also a little bit more fragrant than water even.

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"eight nine hours" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

11:02 min | 1 year ago

"eight nine hours" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Leg by parents and I was getting some reference like God I got glutinous week they're like that's the stupidest word I've ever heard like what is that so for someone who that you look up probably on Yelp or tripadvisor that you see they're good with Celia actor good gluten-free stuff no cross contamination whatever when you order tell them you haven't five pm last night it's now nine o'clock in the morning so my audacity which is the program that I had used had been recording for seventeen and there is no shame in that K now we're going to get to the practical part of the episode where I'm GonNa give you a couple of strategies of things that you should examine physical stress on the body and even though it might act as like a mental stress Reliever if you have Sarah Level Eight on the eight to ten scale of stress that you that everybody thinks stress the traffic the boss example things and then things that you might not realize are actually a physical be eliminated because we're not Buddhist monks that live in a cave on top of a mountain that won't be bothered by anyone so for example the actual fact of having a lot of homework Gatien that are just non negotiable you can't get rid of those these we have to figure out how to manage and we also have to figure out how can we eliminate right now and you can break these down into different categories or pillars of health whatever you WANNA call the the number one thing I would suggest you work on is your more than that and then the other thing is if your are already getting seven eight nine hours of sleep let's look at optimizing the quality of the sleep that you're getting so sleepy general is extremely important for.

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"eight nine hours" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"eight nine hours" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You gotTa start with the the drugs and the hormones and kids fifteen. It's GonNa take a little while by the way according to the state of Minnesota's website. This is their legislative reference library it. It says that the Minnesota Statutes do not provide either the grounds or a procedure for emancipation Minnesota case law has established that a minor can be emancipated by legal marriage or by parental consent so they don't even have a court procedure for a teenager to get to acquire emancipate safe by parental consent but what they really mean as the government's consent and this was a government school. Don't forget these people claim that their parenting whatever their parenting being desires are more important than yours and when you turn your kid over to them in many cases eight nine hours a day and I don't know that they're entirely wrong if you give your kid to the government well if possession is nine tenths the law they go. They got a big chunk there. Here's the petition to the Supreme Court says here from the whatever Thomas More Society or whatever it is is that <hes> well a minor was steered through a life changing permanent body altering process becoming a pawn in someone else's socio political agenda and being influenced by those who have no legal or moral right to usurp the role of a parent well who who says that the attorney the attorneys okay the people writing the right there so I imagined that the article that you have and where was it from again daily caller okay..

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"eight nine hours" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"eight nine hours" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Main zone about thirty five minutes, or so it will be midnight night at a brand new day in the snow is on the way, we are on the snow watch. We're not gonna see anything probably for a few hours. Maybe not even until sunrise. And then it's an a stick around for a few hours. We keep getting various reports could be six seven eight nine hours. Then maybe come back later on in the week. We'll keep you updated on that. Of course, our next sixty song on route sixty six will come through here. Like the Ajax white tornado. You may remember there you go into Linda, drug Linden would remain not be convenient to you. I understand that. Maybe you were in Edwardsville. Right. It's not going to be your neighborhood drugstore. But if you live in south Saint Louis west Saint Louis Shrewsbury Webster groves the Lynwood park neighborhood Maplewood. This is a great location. Also, if you're not far from forty four Lennon would drug it a few blocks south of I forty four on. Jameson right. It Lansdowne just a couple of blocks from Chippewa around the corner from Ted Drew's frozen custard. The Johnny rabbit chocolate covered. Cherry concrete selling like hotcakes. Czanka Leonard is to same and Linden would drug. You're you don't remember him. Maybe some people don't uncle Leonard was the months TV, man. And some people may not remember months TV, madman months. I've made television sets her a long time that he was one of the big distributors here for those well Linden would drug they are a big distributor so to speak to their customers of Neo vitamin vitamins before you get a prescription fill by mail or go to a chain store where you wait. And to see all these people waiting around. What are they waiting for? Why is it taking the pharmacist so long don't go there? Go where you're gonna get served fast and get friendly service and accurately done as well. They will they'll get to know you, and you will get to know the people in London would drug. Tom hunt is the owner and there there's no difference in co-pay. It's all the same everywhere..

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"eight nine hours" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"eight nine hours" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Eight nine hours from now. Wow. Black friday. It's on the way a new bombshell report based on a secret trove of seized Iranian nuclear documents shows that the Islamic Republic had concrete plans to manufacture in build at least five nuke weapons, and that it was much further along in the scheme than previously known by the international community Iran's contested weapons program was much further along than the international community even thought according to a report based on scores of secret Iranian plans seized by Israel and publicly disclosed for the first time earlier this year. The Boston marathon bomber does wholesaler Sonara wanted to plead guilty and cooperate with prosecutors in exchange for life in prison. But the prosecutors turned down the idea, according to court documents. He of course, has been convicted sentenced to death in two thousand fifteen is brother was killed in a shootout with police. The death penalty has not kicked into effect yet for him. Searchers areas. Devastated by the deadliest wildfire in California found two more bodies bringing the number of known dead Dow to eighty three, but the list of those believed to be unaccounted for dropped by several hundred to about eight hundred that still a lot one of our great guests March. Julie lost his home in the fire. L A's with us right now for an update from first of all happy thanksgiving, and how's your family copied, sir? Well, we lost everything you said George the fire came through like a train actually speaking at a conference down Dallas. And our daughter said look at close we watching a news. We knew jumped to one on one freeway and. Saturday afternoon. We realized that the house would burn and I went on and spoke anyway and state actually till Monday. Really do at this point. They did they were able to take out some of the cameras and the computers. Thank god. And of course, our hard drives. But absolutely everything we lost absolutely everything house studio thirty years of projects all around the place. The good news is getting religious on you. But I'm gonna get religious on you. Romans eight twenty eight tells us that even through this gablers everything they've for good. And I'm not, you know, I'm not certain exactly where this is going to go. But I believe that somehow he will work good out of this. We have a gofundme page if people have been contributing like crazy, which really will help us out. You can get that to that by going LA, Marsili dot WordPress dot com, but the fire, you know, there's some stuff about that. That's really troubling. And I I know I got short amount of time here, they were spraying chemicals actually it on video on my phone for gays during the summer for days on and there was screaming white over our area, the Santa Monica mountains, literally in my wife, and I used to go out and go, you know, it's like why why aren't people protest? We miss Wiseman. Somebody say something normal airplanes. This is a whole different story. Four hours later is still there back. They doled out and they created a silver Pacino over the entire. There was a grove of oak trees that had died in the eight years of drought right next door to office. Guys, got twenty acres or whatever or forty acres, and he didn't do anything about it. And the reason why is to get to cut down even a dead oak. Tree you need a permit. You gotta have the county get involved, and you have my thirty at least thirty oak trees there that would get it was a tinderbox one hundred yards. I I just can't imagine what everybody has gone through will you rebuild in that same location. We're actually looking to get out get out of California. At the present moment navy, our Oklahoma friends, Gary chairman, and Bob Carr and just re- relocating there because the permit process is going to be arduous. Welcome to LA county another level of government. And who knows how many hoops they'll make us go through just to build on your own property is just if people really knew how draconian. The building department is in LA county. I mean, this is government this isn't government oppression, and it takes years to be able to even rebuild. So we're looking at all the options right now, George, but it's you know, we lost everything including all the equity. It's all gone all gone, you keep in touch and give us your go fund me a link again. Would you LA you can you can go to LA, Marsili dot WordPress dot com? If you feel motivated disease at the gofundme the account Lakers there because there are people have been incredibly generous. And we just thanked those who was given in our our meeting while you're appreciate and let me tell you. It's a good thanksgiving for you and your family because you're all still alive, my friend. That's the deal. L A marshalling great coast to coast guests needs a little help their a nutritional supplement may be able to slow down the development of some cancers and hands the effects of treatment. According to a study in mice mice with pancreatic long or skin cancer were given Magnuss a sugar also found in cranberries and other fruits it significantly slowed the growth of their tumors with no obvious side effects. According to researchers amazing story there when the heart stops the blood supply in the brain is quickly cut off an operating theaters. This moment could be recorded as official time of death. But studies are showing that the dead person's mind and consciousness continue to work at least for short time meaning that the deceased can recognize their own death. Indeed, there is some evidence to suggest the dead person may even hear their own death being announced as they lie on an operating theater. Table the implications. For almost all of the world's religions, which dictate a transfer of the soul at the moment of death are absolutely profound. Howard bloom, of course, has been a regular contributor here at coast to coast AM with a lot of different topics tonight. I asked him to briefly tell us why we need to be thankful. Howard, happy thanksgiving, my friend, happy thanksgiving joy. So the question is what we have to be thankful for. I think about this we material miracles thanks to western civilization. If you've been born in eighteen fifty your life expectancy would have been three eight point five years, but since you were born in modern times, your life expectancy is seventy eight point five years. In other words, your life is likely to be forty years longer than it would have been in the good old days yesterday. Literally twice as long as it would have been back, then, but that's not all IQ was thirty five points higher than it would have been in nineteen fifteen supported differently by the standards of one hundred years ago. Almost a genius. What's more the force paid workers today? What an entire tenements follow the poorest paid workers in eighteen fifty in other words, today's most underpaid labour, whereas what seven Irish dockworkers burned in the days, just before the civil war were also four inches taller than you would have been in one thousand nine hundred and most important if you are one tech as likely to die a violent death at the hands of a fellow human being. As you would have been in sixteen fifty more also one camp is likely to die of violence death at the hands of pelican as you would have been worn inches. One of those wonderful indigenous tribes, that's Ozil living harmony with nature and a peace with their fellow men, which means that the world you live. I live in today is ten times as peaceful as it was in the days of our Oliver Cromwell's. Here's what all this means. If our great great grandparents could give us an extra forty years of life. It's your obligation of mine rate break branches, another forty it's up to us to make sure our great great grandkids live to the age of one hundred and twenty four great, great grandparents. Give us an extra twenty five points of IQ thirty five points. Like you. We own another thirty five points to a great great grandkids. Great grandkids average IQ of a hundred seventy points way up there beyond the genius ranch brake brake van grandparents give us seven times the salary of way back.

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"eight nine hours" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

The Goal Digger Podcast

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"eight nine hours" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

"Become more efficient. It's going to free up mental space. It's going to create a feeling of being ahead and reduce stress, and it's going to allow you to see more strategical. So while we were looking at what a maternity leave would look like for me. We really started to figure out. Okay. We need to have. Very focused workweek. So that we are all hands on deck getting one thing done so that we can move onto the next thing. And so last week my whole team was working on outline. So that then this week I can work on recording. And then next week we're diving into refreshing a course in so everyone is kind of in this focused work state, which requires less communication from stand standpoint. But it also allows us to know like today is devoted to this one project, and I'm gonna make sure everything else gets taken care of. So that I can just focus in on this one thing that needs to get done. So let's talk about efficiency because the one big thing that I love when it comes to batch working is the fact that it brings efficiency into your business when your plan is clear for the day. It's really easy to just show up focus on in for an hour or two or eight and get the job done. And I think that's so off. Often as entre preneurs when we don't batch work. We leave our days kinda wondering like what did I get done today? Like, it is eight nine hours later, and I can't even write on piece of paper what I got done or what I complex today. And so I feel like a lot of times we're leaving our work half done or ninety nine percent done. And it creates this stage of focused work where you can end your day saying I did this. It's done. It's ready to go. It's wildly efficient in. So with just a few hours of focus work, you can be done with one task. And then not have to think about it. Again. I've shared before that I have this tendency to need to do brain dumps. If that sounds totally weird it kind of is. But if you ever get that feeling of just feeling overwhelmed where you're like there are so many things to do. And I don't even know where to start, and I don't even know how to move forward you need a brain dump. So basically what you need to do is get out a pen and paper open. Up a blink document. And I want for you to type out anything that is on your mind. Whether you're wondering what you're going to eat for dinner, or what you're next post is going to be your how to figure out hashtags anything that is clogging up your mental space, you need to just write it down. And then if you're lucky you have a team because you listen to the show, and you know, the importance of outsourcing you can start giving those tasks away that don't need to be done by you. But if you're on your own you can start chipping away at that list. But what I want for you to look at is an efficiency standpoint. Like remember, the stats from the beginning of this show about multitasking? How it actually decreases productivity and increases the amount of errors you make like gross. I would rather go on airplane mode, which I'm on right now divide at my time wisely and focusing in do it all right? And once for all, and so if you need to do a brain dump because you just have so many things on your brain that you're lacking clarity. I want you then to look at that. And say what can be bashed? What are the things that I'm doing every single day that maybe I could just hammer out in a really focused hour or day and get that done. So that then I can focus on that next big project millet saga about mental clarity. Because I think that when you batch work mental clarity comes from having this sort of workflow. So it's kind of like this ability to say this thing's done now it can move onto the next thing. And I think mental clarity is huge. As an entrepreneur..

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"eight nine hours" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"eight nine hours" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Jumping out of cars and hoping with their luggage in tow navigation, here's confusing on a good day with all this construction going on. But here at the start of the holidays, one can only hope this isn't a nominally not a preview, obviously, be nice. If we could get to the airport without having to cut across several lanes of traffic and just another day in New York at LaGuardia Airport. Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty the city's answers about the cause of Thursday's commuter chaos. Fell flat with drivers and city council speaker Cory Johnson says they'll work to prevent it from happening again, WCBS's rich lamb reports. Cory Johnson said flatly what happened is unacceptable. The speaker made it clear that the council through its oversight. Hours. We'll be looking over the mayor's shoulder when his honor tries to figure out what went wrong, it's important to admit when we don't do things in the best way and figure out how to do things better. So the council is looking at all the factors. We are gonna use our oversight. We want to ensure this doesn't happen again. Because we're at the beginning of the storm season the speaker offered that promise followed by this apology for New Yorkers who sat in three four five six seven eight nine hours traffic last night. I'm sorry. We need to do a better job and the council do our part to make sure that we have a transparent process speaker Johnson repeatedly noted he has not lost faith in sanitation Commissioner Catherine Garcia, but underlined when it comes to storms, New York should hope for the best but prepare for the worst in Chelsea rich, lamb WCBS, News Radio eight eighty. Thursday's gridlock may have contributed to the death of a New Jersey woman. Sixty one year old Suzanne Brown's car was hit by a New Jersey transit train crossing a new providence. She was on the train tracks along union and rose avenues when the crossing arms came down on top of her vehicle. Brown was just a half a mile away from home and JT says there were one hundred passengers on the train at the time. There are no injuries to passengers or crew two women have been arrested in the beating of a mother on a subway after her eight year old son asked why another child was wearing a costume the child in the costume was with the two accused attackers police say one of the women put the mother in a choke hold while the other punched her in the face and hit her over the head with a cell phone. It happened on the train in queens two weeks ago. Police say thirty year old chain of Frazier and Twenty-seven-year-old Saito BIA Ag bombo war turned themselves in yesterday. Authorities say both women have extensive criminal records the death. Toll climbs from a virus outbreak at a New Jersey facility. That's next WCBS. News time, twelve oh seven. Have you heard metro by t mobile now includes Amazon prime? Yes, enjoy the best of shopping and entertainment movies, TV shows music, free shipping.

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"eight nine hours" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"eight nine hours" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Forty four degrees right now. You're Hudson square. It'll clear out tonight Wendy still though, a low in the mid thirties midtown thirty and some of the outlying areas five oh, three a WCBS absolute nightmare. That's what it was getting home yesterday. The snow was paralyzing. The streets were shut down port authority was a mess in a major pile up on the G WBZ did not help me mayor de Blasio. He's now promising a thorough investigation. If you want to point to one thing says mayor Bill de Blasio, I think if you take the bridge out of this equation. It's an entirely different discussion twenty car pileup on the George Washington Bridge had a cascading impact he says down the west side highway down the east side into the Bronx. We had one thousand nine hundred and fifteen accidents in a twelve hour period from noon to midnight twelve hundred more than the same period. Last year says NYPD chief department, Terrence Monahan, but to Blasio maintains there's not much the city could have done differently, especially with a late changing forecast and less than optimal. Timing. Right is rush hour was ramping up. I'm upset the New Yorkers went through it. I don't think it's fair to say that the city agencies could have stopped all of this. He's not apologizing to New Yorkers. The mayor does say an audit is underway to examine what can be done better at city hall. Steve burns WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty while. Some believe things could have been done differently. And that includes city council speaker Cory Johnson says he wants to make sure things are made right? Rich lamb heard from him. Cory Johnson said it flatly what happened is unacceptable. The speaker made it clear that the council through its oversight powers. We'll be looking over the mayor's shoulder when his honor tries to figure out what went wrong, it's important to admit when we don't do things in the best way and figure out how to do things better. So the council is looking at all the factors. We are gonna use our oversight. We want to ensure this doesn't happen again. Because we're at the beginning of the storm season, the speaker offered that promise followed by this. Apology for New Yorkers who sat in three four five six seven eight nine hours of traffic last night. I'm sorry. When you do a better job and the council do.

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"eight nine hours" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"eight nine hours" Discussed on Back To Back

"In the pm waking up the next day and my phone was just glowing like high heat battery almost dead i was like what what is going on masan clarifications on and it was just like just gone crazy because one person liked it shared it with another person and this was the moment that that you know social media the moment that you would go on onto a website like something and go to another website to tell your friends yeah yeah yeah it was that era it was i mean soundcloud had so much power them mad decent was like a power couple hundred percent so so i was like damn of course when i go to sleep america's awake for another eight nine hours so that's when i started tapping into the us and and it was like yo they're actually consuming product that's so cool man that's a great story what drives you about making like what do you have like a deeper goal then just you know making music that it's always good to you what is the driver behind all this because you're one of the hardest work every time i see you god whatever or whatever that may be you know the the the higher meaning of life yeah most definitely because i know for a fact that i i know for a fact that i have not done this by myself it's impossible i know and it's not true because not shoot it i've done this by myself you know because my parents are because france met along the way but i know that there is a there's something going on in this world that's like constant and as a certain type of energy without getting too wavy certain type of energy and you can tap into that or you can tap out and doing too much terrestrial stuff will make tap out of that so if you if you're too into drugs for example you might get those plaques and you might get those you know this this platinum awards and you might get the money and you might get the shows but eventually you'll tap out of the connection you have what your inner like artists right now i'm becoming more like a stable artists let's say that i've been toying so much like i've been to do then like four austrailia tours of done you're ready like fortify china tours while i only started touring china one have year goes yeah this crazy so and this is already my fifth run in the states that's been more than three three shows and still you can fall off really quick you know when it comes down to that but music is the key so i've also been like working like major records with huge artists and like you know becoming more of a writer right now yeah like posting enough in the studio with a bunch of different people how's that experience been like gray trying to help somebody else's vision great but it's like i'm an instrument so you can just kind of play a different role right yeah so just go in and just i just i'm just dare like that's the thing i'm working on three projects right now so all these all my god peas which we're like straight club oriented and hangers and i'm definitely going to stick to that for a little bit so i got that calm enough on difficult like you know you can expect like ep with at least four records does going to be cluber into catchy hooks bouncy and it's funny because in my i'd never changed never really.

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"eight nine hours" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"eight nine hours" Discussed on KSRO

"It's nine forty nine at k sro i'm pat kerrigan and glad to have you here this morning we've all been watching and waiting for days now since those twelve boys and their soccer coach got stuck and lost and stranded in that cave in thailand so happy to report that eight out of the twelve kids have been rescued so far and on the line with us this morning is unmarked mirza he is the national coordinator of the national cave rescue commission good morning and mark glad to have you here good morning why does it take so long in between rescues of these boys well you have a huge logistical issue with getting enough material and equipment into the cave to support the dies so every every dive is going to use several dive tanks and each one of those tanks has to be ferried in by a diver who then turn also needs dive tanks to get that far so it's just it's a it's a long process to get the equipment in and out and then there's the divers themselves you know they are they're spending a lot of time and effort and energy working very hard six seven eight nine hours they've gotta have a break and it's not like we have an unlimited supply people who have these qualifications i was gonna say it's finite number of divers who can do this isn't there exactly and it is treacherous very treacherous and and we've all been waiting waiting with baited breath to see how this is coming out what what are your feelings about the rescue so far i thinking at this point we have had the best possible outcome you know obviously we hope that it continues that way but this this is exceeded my expectations of what the outcome may have been and i'm i'm very upbeat about the possibility for the rest of it it's still risky there's still a danger but it's this is proving very well the logistics of this are so challenging i i'm a diver i've done just a little tiny bit of cave diving hey you know to the point where you have to at some points remove.

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"eight nine hours" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"eight nine hours" Discussed on Bodega Boys

"Anime shit course that with the elbow bring a city habitat to a sonic boom that fucking the jug of water that collected coins for the whole squarely thousands wounds you are now ready the final fight takes place on the train tracks black panthers is just mta like get the tracks what that yoga cubans so well attract you to land the train round for round you gotta use the horn on a train with exactly is that for like things he's gone like they use it when he passed the construction workers on the weekend in our heads we're like letting them know the trains going through it's really like i see that tom about oh wow that was route how you doing tom moms and getting union rob enjoy the mentally ill what going on union break gonna take four guys who put the spiking eight nine hours fournight sweet gig tv like fucking premium cable i wanted to nice job to be the flag is enough of this i'd rather i would the guy probably make more money that we're gonna make because you can't go to show tubby i want overtime i wanna work this week it's gonna head i wanna work camacho top give you some jobs babies are sick no you can't a job dateable you max out your overtop julio djamil again all the hours what's up with that we're just doing it shows so what's wrong with your wife either like aren't you telling that today.

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"eight nine hours" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"eight nine hours" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Late but then you have like you have it down packed i've gotten really fast been a great benefit of it all i've i've really learned my way i mean i've i've edited for a long time but like i just been able to exercise being an athlete almost i find i find with all these movies i mean me personally like shot so many of these when you go through the process of it pre productions hard getting to the set his heart just trying to get extras to show up on fucking time just before the war so like right now where i'm living just being zayed's of everything i story where the whole movie 'cause i'm going to be in the movie to make sure that i had the whole the whole thing done it's just a fucking mountain man and this before period is like the worst thing about and you can't go to the day of and it's all right here we go i think that was like a kubrick quote it was like the hardest part directing getting out of the car in the morning it is it feels so impossible every day that like it gets to appoint with me every single one of these movies were i feel like i'm in shashank just crossing off the days when i get into post production is when i finally feel safe where i'm like all right great i can just sit with this movie that's done i don't have to deal with anybody schedules you don't have to talk to people 'cause you're on the phone what eight nine hours a day haggling or fucking just mindless shit with people.

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"eight nine hours" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"eight nine hours" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Real and i review cereal every single day and forty five thousand people a day start watching that because the content is good it's silly it's interesting it goes viral well let me promise you something if you don't think every cereal producer in the world is going to start sending you emails i get emails now from every glassmaker from bottled i'm getting off for thousands of dollars a week to put a bottled water on my table product placement everything that's relevant in movies and television is relevant online because if you can get the eyeballs and the only way can do that to have a lot of passion and chops for that subject matter but even serial somebody's gonna wanna monetize well that's how do you how how the show to end right now so i start getting online and doing all this it's incredible what what about for the kids who have graduated from college right now i mean lucky so lucky so lucky lucky why because they're not going to go to standard square jobs they're going to have to hustle this conversation starting you're putting me on this platform a lot of people are going to see it and they're going to realize all my god i can really talk about hip hop and if i'm good at it and if i hustle listen i preach an exciting thing but let make no mistake about it this is a lot of work i mean i've spent seven eight nine hours a day answering emails going into wine communities becoming part of the conversation but if you do that and you've got some skills and knowledge you absolutely have an opportunity to monetize and a lot of kids aren't going to get jobs they're gonna have no alternatives they're going to do this they ready kind of know how to use facebook and twitter and they've got an amazing opportunity.

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"eight nine hours" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"eight nine hours" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"Ain't gonna fly anymore right it just it doesn't work and three like i said it doesn't fit everybody so masculine people needed to get they need to define manhood for themselves like manhood is not something you you can't even from our fathers and our grandfathers so when i had kids i've older kids and younger kids my older kids i remember them getting it on like my space or things like that showing up now my younger kids they have everything at their fingertips so my dad or my grandfather they didn't grow up in an environment anywhere close to this they could not have predicted it so all of their ways of thinking and acting and behaving and believing we know can't work now because you can't just go to work for eight nine hours come home hit the recliner watch cops on tv and fall asleep because it's too it's too there's too much going on kids need more from you they need more guidance because they have more input points so i went on the news few weeks ago to talk about that masculinity done that's over you got people have to define manhood for themselves same with women women have to define women and what are the that's one of the things i do in my group's okay what are the limits of life how do we assess how to repair ties them how do we execute upon them and these aren't things you can google search because it's not in the collective anymore it's not probably never is going to be you wrote a book relating to the subject called raising men from fathers to sons life lessons from navy seal training do you talk about any of.

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"eight nine hours" Discussed on House of Carbs

House of Carbs

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"eight nine hours" Discussed on House of Carbs

"Right how do you get around that if you're there for eight nine hours you just suck it up and deal with it is it's like an implicit understanding that that servers like your you know all these people that are here are going to be here all day so like just sort of a cause that would freak me i would guess social anxiety so badly if if i had to do that yeah i mean house i don't know what you think about that but i think that's where i mean that's a great question and that's where this goes back to one of the things that i was talking about during the sports bar episode where you have to go to a place that really takes the sports part of the sports bar seriously and so if you're a sports bar look i get it you're running a business you wanna keep turnover going when a keep people ordering but if it's a sports bar in it's march madness you have to sort of like understand that there's going to be at least like a small portion of your your patronage that day that's there for the long haul and so so like definitely that's why it's also smart to sort of parcel out the ordering because you know if you order a bunch of food right at the front then four hours in your stuff in you don't you don't wanna order anything else but if you just if you keep getting like this is why apps are just like advertisers of the best because he just nibble on 'em you keep getting hungry and then here's the best part especially if you're team is playing later in the day you start stress eating which is okay you're even if you're full than dammit i dislike i need something to like chew on here so then you just get like i don't know like some like jalapeno poppers honestly the worst thing to stress the probably but house.

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"eight nine hours" Discussed on House of Carbs

House of Carbs

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"eight nine hours" Discussed on House of Carbs

"Right how do you get around that if you're there for eight nine hours you just suck it up and deal with it is it's like an implicit understanding that that servers like your you know all these people that are here are going to be here all day so like just sort of a cause that would freak me i would guess social anxiety so badly if if i had to do that yeah i mean house i don't know what you think about that but i think that's where i mean that's a great question and that's where this goes back to one of the things that i was talking about during the sports bar episode where you have to go to a place that really takes the sports part of the sports bar seriously and so if you're a sports bar look i get it you're running a business you wanna keep turnover going when a keep people ordering but if it's a sports bar in it's march madness you have to sort of like understand that there's going to be at least like a small portion of your your patronage that day that's there for the long haul and so so like definitely that's why it's also smart to sort of parcel out the ordering because you know if you order a bunch of food right at the front then four hours in your stuff in you don't you don't wanna order anything else but if you just if you keep getting like this is why apps are just like advertisers of the best because he just nibble on 'em you keep getting hungry and then here's the best part especially if you're team is playing later in the day you start stress eating which is okay you're even if you're full than dammit i dislike i need something to like chew on here so then you just get like i don't know like some like jalapeno poppers honestly the worst thing to stress the probably but house.

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"eight nine hours" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"eight nine hours" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"Now you're talking fifteen percent of the population what the heck are you talking about we've changed how we eat we change how we rest we change how we socialize we change how we move and all of those things together other reason why twothirds of the population is overweight this isn't magic this is all about lifestyle and it's all changed and it's changing again with the internet people realize that the internet is going to change people's brains would they haven't realised it's it's also going to change their bodies because they're just sitting there doing nothing now for the it's much more than that they can be be active they're very good things about social networking as well but what's happening for example is that people don't realize that sleep is required for life the same way food is so what the kids are doing is they're going to bed later in later there's arguments about how many hours asleep they really do need but it's clear in most cases if they want to control wait they got a sleep eight nine hours minimum and what they're doing is they're waking up with their phones and the light from those phones his literally waking up it's literally blowing out melatonin production the hormone of of the night and this is so disrupting their sleep it so disrupting the rewiring of their brains that there are actually totally spring up the hormones that are controlling we and hunger they're scoring up a lot of the things that are involved in learning because we do a lot of learning during sleep so the internet in that sense is changing the whole way of life and of kids want to interact with each other great i prefer for them to do would face to face i think there's a tremendous amount of things about the net that's absolutely wonderful but people don't realize that if they're going to be with these things especially at night they have to control them and they also need to see themselves as in motion.

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